Dinner cruises on majestic Lake George ...
A dawn-to-dusk day at a thriling amusement park ...
Railbiking through a remote Adirondack wilderness ...
These unique attractions created the Original Vacation and built the Lake George Area into an Adirondack vacation destination. Those looking for a lively time can explore a world-class amusement park or the biggest marble cave in the east. If you prefer a more relaxing attraction, a cruise on Lake George or a drive up Prospect Mountain will never disappoint. Whatever you're looking for, you'll find it in the Lake George Area.
The Ruplin Gallery
See local art at the Ruplin Gallery! The Ruplin Gallery, named for Ferdinand Ruplin, Professor Emeritus of languages at Stony Brook University, showcases the works of local artists and North Warren Central School students. The Ruplin Gallery is located in the Town of Chester Public Library.
Warren County Historians’ Challenge
This new letterboxing challenge will take you to 13 different letterbox locations to learn more about Warren County’s history and historic sites. Take on the additional component – “Where in Warren County is Jeanne Robert Foster?” – and use the added riddle clues in your Passport to help locate the most famous woman in Warren County history and get your 13th stamp! Letterboxing is a fun treasure hunt activity for all ages, incorporating orienteering art and…
Whitewater Rafting the Hudson & Sacandaga Rivers
Hudson River: The Hudson River offers some of the most exhilarating rafting in the country. Conquering the mighty Hudson requires rafters to traverse class III-V rapids. Sacandaga River: The Sacandaga River provides excellent whitewater rafting for beginners. Slow-flowing class I-II rapids ensure safe family fun. Dam releases keep the water high all summer long. Browse all of the Lake George Area whitewater rafting opportunities and plan your Adirondack vacatiopn today!
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